Winger goes out on loan while striker Klein-Davies sent back to Bristol Rovers
Out-of-favour Luton Town midfielder Dean Morgan has agreed to join League One outfit Leyton Orient on loan until January.
Hatters manager Mick Harford has been keen to offload Morgan, 24, in order to trim the wage bill, while Orient boss Martin Ling hopes the move will eventually become a permanant one.
He said: "I'm very pleased to have Dean on board. He's a player who comes here with a good reputation - he went out on loan to Southend and Crewe Alexandra last season - and did very well at those clubs.
"The reason he hasn't been playing for Luton this year is all to do with finances and nothing to do with ability."
Meanwhile, young striker Josh Klein-Davies, who joined Luton on a month's loan from Bristol Rovers on the eve of the new campaign, has returned to his parent club.
Harford said: "The loan is still running, but I'm not going to use him in the next two games, so I decided it was best for him to go back. He wasn't what I was looking for."